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"cobra committee" Discussed on The Leader
"From the evening standard in london. I'm david malzahn. And this is the leader with videos of empty supermarket shelves popping up on social media as maybe a feeling among some of here we go again. And where's the toilet rule. The pandemic started with panic. Buying store bosses a really hoping that doesn't happen again. What we're seeing is limits on the availability of certain items in certain parts of the country because retail operations of being impacted by an increasing number of staff needing to selfies. There was helen dickinson headed. The british retail consortium. Speaking on bbc breakfast problems are being caused not so much by the number of covered infections themselves but by the nhl app paying people whenever they come into contact with someone who has the virus more than six hundred thousand dollars percent in the week till july fourteenth and those people are supposed to self isolate that's causing staff shortages and that's causing all sorts of issues so businesses around the country uploaded nicholas sessile. Here nicholas has serious as this becoming well. At the moment the problems are not that serious there are some shortages in some shops for example in fresh food produce but the supermarkets are saying that people shouldn't panic and that they are live release being made the business secretary quasi quotation. He was saying that he didn't recognize these reports of widespread shortages. But the issue is what happens in coming days and coming weeks and the boss of iceland which walker he was saying to the public to panic but the government do panic. Could you got to sort this crisis. Quickly The latest figures show that they were six hundred. Eighteen thousand people were pinged in the week to july fourteen. If these numbers continue escalate this then they'll be going shortages. it's not just. The supermarkets are being affected by this though is a nicholas lots of businesses. That have been hit. What's the mayor of london saying about it yesterday. Economy quite a dramatic intervention today. He basically told of his voicing concerns over the pandemic disrupting london's pub transport. Food supplies been collection services. So he's saying that these absolutely crucial services to so many londoners could be under threat if the situation gets worse. So what can. What is the government doing about this app. Can they change the sensitivity of it. So that made me know so many people get paying. The government aren't planning to change the app and it sensitivity. They've looked at that and considered that but Their latest decision is th- than anything. They're what they're doing. Today is a later on today or some point. Today they will put a list of sectors where people in these sectors For example the food supply chain will be exempt from from the most stringent self-isolation rules. So they'll be relax for for for these individuals but again the business section mr quarte. He was stressing that this will be a a very narrow list of people so he's not copy hundreds of thousands we expect Because the whole point about the app is that it's one of the most effective tools at limiting the spread of the virus and if the government decided to relax two hundred for hundreds of thousands of people then that could just fuel that the epidemic in britain and then you also have those smaller companies. Maybe just a handful of employees suddenly facing severe staff shortages because one or two people having to self isolate yes in many ways the pandemic slightly affect smaller companies more than big companies. Because if you work for big company if you lose some of your staff you could normally get round to some extent but if two or three of you in a team and one of you. Is there something that thirty three percent of your manpower disappearing an interesting this morning. One company A few food distribution company called bickford was saying we just can't work like that so we are not going to tell our staff who ping to self isolate that they've said introduced a testing regime and if staff continued to test negative then. They're saying that they should come to work. And the have been calls. Maybe for the army's be brought in to fill in the gaps. Is that likely to happen. I think this is. That's unlikely to happen. But tobias ellwood. Who's the chairman of the common defense. Let committee he told the standard this morning. That voice johnson. The prime minister should cool a meeting of whitehall's emergency cobra committee. Today and that is part of their agenda they should consider bringing in the army as a last resort to stop the pink dynamic. Chaos going even more out of control. There's more on the story in the evenings newspaper and online at standard okuda. Uk follow the live blog to keep up with breaking news. Absolutely the podcast by tomorrow at four pm..
"cobra committee" Discussed on LBC Election 2019
"By. She's clearly got into many vibe now funk you for all you do Good saved with last drawn. Ferguson might not much longer yup but he we go. This is an interesting suggestion. Thomas says happy. Saturday nurses have they been used in a game of smoke and mirrors of foreign aid. Where she would you turn on the pay increase and by the time he does. No one will be talking about foreign aid anymore. Her speak on this week silence since the nurses story broke in the media. But didn't he means from you. But i don't think that they if they do you turn didn't. It'll be for that reason. I'm not saying i'm not saying they won't spout pressure because we know that this is a government that quite likes a u-turn I also don't think that they are that clever. I mean i think it's the affect. Incidentally i think it has shifted people's attention onto nurses away from foreign aid which is a shame but i'm not. I don't think they planned cleverly. Although i may be wrong they literally don't Simon by says hi ean jackie as a few years ago rather likable home secretary. Basically resigned over ten. Do you think the incumbent should resign over. The three hundred forty thousand built where we've done that. Haven't we pay more than that. Thank you thank you for the likable bit. Should we. should we call it quits there. Then to be honest anything such stretched. My patience turn exciting next week. I did a really lovely thing yesterday. By the way and i should give them a A shoutout The i took part in a A school project for year. Seven students about Being part of the cobra committee and it was the. It's it's tough. John taylor a multi academy trust. It seemed cannock Ah forget the name of the school. Now which is terrible but they were. The students. were absolutely lovely. I talked about my experience of koper committees and they asked me some really intelligent questions and that was absolutely lovely. Say well done to miss whole who organize the whole day and good luck to all of them next week when they go back to school apart from that. No i'm doing meetings and body type things. Not as a as in of as he did a really nice little interview yesterday with one of our listeners. Who is a presenter on radio. Wimborne in dorset remember. I talked about community radio in the last episode. So she got in touch so you want to come on my program. So i did that identity when that's going out I also did a podcast for city university. Complicity university students on the prime minister's on what maintain next week on monday according all talk with justine greening a prime minister's On william the elder an by the way. I'm there's a brilliant brilliant documentary on amazon prime and apple. Tv could the accidental president. And it's made by a friend of mine his filmmaker james fletcher. And it's all about what. How how and why. Donald trump got elected in two thousand. Sixteen an my my first. When i saw a symbol that we don't we know that what what's the new to say but it's absolutely brilliant. It's about one hundred six minutes long almost as long as is podcast and it doesn't have any narrator. it doesn't have any sort of interview just as it got original footage commentators and vox pops but there's a real narrative to the whole thing which is quite difficult to achieve when you haven't got somebody who's doing narration really really good does pass forty nine watch. Trump takes on the world which i've watched. All of them was really brilliant. I would say it's actually better than the all right okay..
"cobra committee" Discussed on The Briefing
"Palawan with the briefing from the telegraph. It's monday december. The twenty first as a series of travel bans begin. So europe's shutting the door on the uk's been hit with travel bans by a host of countries that designed to stop the spread of a new more infectious strain of cove. It so far. Twelve countries have closed their borders to the uk including france belgium. The netherlands germany island and more could be on the way the eu meeting to discuss a blanket ban. It means since the early hours of this morning passenger flights and freight transport from the uk were halted for at least forty eight hours. It will threatens to disrupt food supplies christmas presents and even the covid vaccine the prime minister's chairing an emergency cobra committee meeting. Today you can follow the latest in our live blog. The bans were triggered. Adopt britain alerted the world health organization to the new variant. It said to be up to seventy percent more transmissible than earlier strains government. Scientists announced racing to prove that vaccines can fend it off. We've got a piece on everything. We know about the new mutation now after tier four was introduced to a huge swathe of the southeast. The question many people are asking is how long four. While government sources of admitted restrictions could be toughened further still and might remain in place until easter now health that is lower donnelly understands ministers believe twenty million people will need to be vaccinated before the measures are relaxed. Handy postcode cheka lets you search for the rules in your area and we could probably will do with some stories of hope. Tier four means the christmas plans of up to sixteen million people now up in the ad from families forced to part to the problem of what to do with the turkey. That's now much bigger than you need. We've got the stories of eight families on their search for some festive. Cheer just to mention a couple of other bits. Two including what happens next with brexit. After last night's trade deal deadline was missed and bill. Bailey's final strictly diary after he lifted the global right. You're up to date from the telegraph. Chris will fuel second briefing of the day this evening..
"cobra committee" Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo
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"cobra committee" Discussed on The Briefing
"Hello Wind Danny Boyle with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Thursday April the ninth and it's emerged. We could be in lockdown until may so it's been two and a half weeks since corona virus restrictions were announced and no end in sight. The government's Emergency Cobra Committee meeting today. They'll be discussing whether Britain's lockdown should be extended beyond weeks but ministers are expected to delay making an announcement on how and when to lift the meshes. Basically that concerned about coming to a decision while Boris Johnson's in intensive care. He's just spent his youth night in hospital with the virus Political team understand the government's working on a plan to extend the lockdown until next month. That still not sure when the peak will be many in Westminster or asking. What WOULD BORIS DO? With reports of ministerial tensions. Camilla Tommy's written and analysis of a rudderless cabinets now the face their toughest tests so far over the long Easter weekend. We're expecting glorious weather. Temperatures could reach twenty five degrees in some parts. We've got a quick reminder of our current rules for daily life in a nutshell. Now if you'll being honest how much extra food of you built since this all started. When it's being suggested the middle classes in the south of England a most to blame for stockpiling data from TESCO reveals holdings been less of an issue elsewhere. So if you've got a well-stocked kitchen checkout Xanthi. Claes guide to the ultimate store cupboard recipes and the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have been reunited just in time for their anniversary. They both spent time self-isolating following Charles is corona virus diagnosis. That's celebrating fifteen years of marriage today. Royal correspondent Hannah Furnace has written an in-depth feature on the key to that success. Right stay puts if you're listening on what's Apple. Send you those links. Now if you're listening on spotify apple wherever you get your podcast you'll find them in the show notes as well as links to some non corona virus material including how renewables of overtaken fossil fuels as Britain's main source of electricity and some simple recipes to keep children entertained during the holidays. That's it you're up-to-date crystal have your second briefing of the day this evening..
"cobra committee" Discussed on The Briefing
"Good evening I'm Chris. Price with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Monday march. The second adamant or belong before we are told to stop shaking hands said the prime minister warned. The Corona virus problem will become more significant today. That was after a meeting of the Emergency Cobra Committee this morning a UK Wide Action Plan will be published tomorrow and a public health England chiefs given US insight into what it might contain professor pool. Cosford says we're not far away from Britain's being asked not to kiss or shake hands with strangers. A- Corona virus lifelock has the latest and includes a video of the Wu Han handshake and you greeting in China where a double foot tap has replaced handshakes to say it's been a tough few days for. Pretty Patel is an understatement. The top civil servant in the Home Office resigned at the weekend accusing her of orchestrating a campaign to oust him and today is the most. The Cabinet Office will investigate the bullying brow. Boris Johnson's Ost for officials to establish the facts. Michael Gov confirmed the news in the House of Commons politics live. Blog has the latest. I do you may have seen bird netting. Put up around trees where you live to stop them nesting but anyone living near Cambridge University won't sees them that's after the institution was shamed into removing nets around about twenty trees after tweet from spring. Watch presenter Chris Pack you can read what he said and what the net so unpopular with naturalists right. Stay put if you're listening on. Whatsapp will send you those links. Now if you're listening on spotify apple aware if you get your podcast you find them in the show notes as well as links to Norman. Tebbit on why? He thinks the Tories making the broncos on all their big decisions and the war of the poses how Sussex is beat the Cambridge's on instagram. That sits you up to date more from Danny tomorrow morning..
"cobra committee" Discussed on The Briefing
"Palo I'm Danny Boyle with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Monday march. The second and Corona viruses entered a new stage in Britain so over the weekend. The number of confirmed cases of corona virus in Britain rose sharply and it's led to a warning from experts that it can no longer be contained. They say public health efforts must now move towards delaying the spread. What's being done then? Well Boris Johnson's announced the government's establishing a so-called war room. The idea is to bring together experts to respond to the crisis today the PM which are meeting of the Emergency Cobra Committee. He's expected to sounds a series of battle plan measures for a worst case scenario. L. Science Editor Sarah Up and explains what they might be. You can follow the latest in our live blog so far thirty six people have tested positive for the virus in Britain. It doesn't sound much compared to the global total of eighty eight thousand but two of those the UK hadn't come into contact with people from abroad. The fear is spread. Could be worse as patients a harder to trace. We've got the symptoms to look out for now. The war on terror is reading. British troops will be dispatched in the US fight against the world's fastest growing Islamist insurgency. They'll be flown into the north of Mali by the middle of this year and we'll go deep into Jihadis Territory L. Africa correspondent Adrian Bloomfield reports from Mali on Britain's first big return to a war zone since Afghanistan and that could be a big shakeup in how we watch rugby for the first time in two decades six nations matches could stop being shown on terrestrial TV. The current rights deal with the BBC expires in two thousand twenty one L. Sports Team have been hearing that skysports favorites to land the new setup. They have a piece on what that could mean for. Fans right state. But if you're listening on WHATSAPP I'll send you those links. Now if you're listening on spotify apple law wherever you get your podcast you find them in the show notes as well as links to an expert's guide to fixing your sleep cycle and Jason burks match reports after Man City. Beat Aston Villa at Wembley. That's it you're up to date crispell. Have you'll second briefing of the day this evening?.
"cobra committee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The twenty second day of July Charlie Parker has the day off we welcome in San Antonio first news national correspondent bills them for catches up to date on the latest in Iran so bill what's the latest hi Tim no despite all the talk about de escalating the situation it seems like every day Iran itself does something to escalate the situation surrounding a reign of the controversy there now of course they had continued to have a British tanker in custody they are questioning they say the twenty three crew members on board the UK is convening an emergency meeting of their cobra committee the highest level ministers in prime minister Theresa may to decide how to respond to this but the truth a is that to a great Britain really can't do anything because they're in the midst of a political up people Theresa may is in her final days as prime minister Boris Johnson is likely to replace her later this week and they're already some ministers bailing not wanting to be part of the administration of Boris Johnson so it's almost like they've got a wait until there's some political stability before they decide what to do in the mean time Iran making another move today saying that they have arrested seventeen people but they have broken up a spy ring they say that was that was created by the C. I. A. that these were people that were recruited and trained by the CIA they are under arrest some of whom will be put to death so it seems like each day Iran itself does something to escalate the situation bill good morning charity here is this just more bluster from Iran or they gunning for all out war with the U. S. wow it almost seems like they are tempting the United States or maybe Israel to do something in response because you have to believe the more they Porsche here the deeper they get in the tougher it's gonna be for them to get out at one point maybe a week ago or week and a half ago I would have told you that ran in the United States were on the verge of sitting down and working something out in this situation along with our European allies now it looks like we're getting farther and farther away every day at this point it seems like Iran is almost daring the United States and others to do something militarily any talk of bringing that Russia's Vladimir Putin into the mixer hopefully bring around back to the bargaining table well man there has been no talk about Russia using its influence on Iran to get them back to the bargaining table and to this point charity Russia has been solidly behind Iran in this whole situation in fact in the latest statement from a Russian diplomat they said that Iran had more justification for impounding a British tanker then Great Britain had four impounding an Iranian tanker two weeks ago off the coast of Gibraltar so it seems like they continue to be solidly behind Iran in this situation no talks of Russia acting as any kind of intermediary then you got very as well an aircraft as shadow wing a U. S. plane yesterday how does that figure into this whole mess yeah you know the whole this whole ran situation Tim seems to be spreading tentacles around the globe and Joe Bob to reap the Iranian foreign minister was in Venezuela over the weekend coincidentally at the same time that that there was an aerial military encounter involving in Venezuela jet and a U. S. craft and the reef is saying that there needs to be mutual cooperation between Iran and Venezuela well what are they have in common both have a lot of oil of course but both have had their economies crushed in part by U. S. sanctions so what's next bill anybody's guess I I'm not sure what will happen as far as this a British tanker goes the United States is still trying to get together a coalition of international vessels that will ensure safety in transit through that Persian Gulf area right now they're off to a slow start in getting that together but that has been the latest US effort here Israel seems to be the most vocal when it comes to the possibility of military action they say they're.
"cobra committee" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Up with this gentleman over here so this is a we've been serving since six AM in the morning and so we got some church of England mon obvious for exactly which which is sold out not a big big take feats guide but dot beach goers of were in the Bronx thought they were seeing things when it was so hot yesterday hundred degrees also there was mayor to Blasio on orchard beach to check on them to see if they were okay of course they said should you be in Iowa well mayor de Blasio making his way around the city to see how residents were handling the extreme heat and then up people who are trying to find relief your these folks on eastern Long Island monitoring at ten to twelve foot shark that was spotted in the shallow waters near the village of quark so they had people saying well I better not go in ever seen a shark like that in the ocean or in the bay let alone in the creek yeah and then unusual discovery made in the back yard in Bayport Long Island again amid this heat wave these folks wanted to go in for a dip in the pool and there was an alligator the ball okay can't make this stuff up everybody was the same thing only NJ who is jazz that unbelievable in Bayport Long Island everybody like what what is this global warming item though the I you know it's just everybody's reacting to yeah but he was acting differently do it but they had to wait to get the reptile out of the pool so they could go into the pool good news is as you heard from ray it's gonna be beautiful the rest of this week not so beautiful is what's going on in Iran and the rest of the world and BC news radio correspondent bills ever gonna catch us up on the latest I know Israel was but is all involved in this whole Iran thing as well so what's the latest on that bill and knowing you know this is this is a round Weber is now spreading around the world there's some type of angle just about everywhere you go on this but top of the list is the Iranian seizure of course of that British tanker on Friday it remains in custody along with its crew of twenty three who arraigned says are being questioned now Iran's it reason for taking this tanker in the custody is that it violated maritime laws and we've heard a couple of different things that they said what was in the wrong lane in the straight up or moves and was a danger we've heard that it collided with a fishing vessel and then would not responded to that smaller craft and that's why it was taken into custody and we've also heard that it's which switched off it's automatic ID system and was taken into custody for that reason so there's been a lot of things thrown out there by Iran as to why this was taken into custody however output to resa may who is in the final days of her prime ministership there in the UK is holding an emergency meeting of her cobra committee today that is all the top ministers to what talk about what they could do in response to this an increase security in the strait of poor moves in the Persian Gulf to protect shipping interests of course all this comes just weeks after the UK took an Iranian tanker into custody off your browser and that tanker remains in custody as well as not been released as of yet but I mentioned what a web Iran is creating with this issue well yet we hear no more and more from Israel now about the possibility that Israel could be leading the way in if it gets to a military type of encounter here Benjamin Netanyahu is saying that yes our war planes can reach Iran directly if we decide to strike there and now we see here Israel saying that Hezbollah forces which are backed by Iran are gathering along the borders with Lebanon and Syria preparing for an attack on Israel so that aspect of this is in there as well and how bout bent is way like can we drag them into this is how they connect Joe Bob's a rate the foreign minister of Iran was in Caracas over the weekend for a conference talked about the United States destabilizing activities in the Middle East and in Venezuela others one big thing the two countries have in common and that of course is an adversarial relationship with the United States and they are both under sanctions by the U. S. Iran saying that the they want to promote mutual cooperation between the two ends of Bob says he will discuss how Iran can help restore peace to Venezuela there's one thing the United States does not want and that is a rand getting involved in the situation in Venezuela well NBC news radio corresponded those are for not what I like about you is you always leave me much more informed than I was before I started chatting with you but also leave me a lot more frightened than I was before I started chatting with your so thank you very much for that that's all right you're just doing your job thank you very much bill W. or news time five forty one another check of traffic.
"cobra committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And if people want to save liberal democracies from a surgeon populism they need to give more power to local communities and take it away from big businesses a big governments we do want to encourage flows across borders with its capital mall goods or people however they in order to get there we have to give people more of a sense of control over their lives that's right do Rajin on hot talk after the news hello I am I am the key with the BBC news the authorities in Hong Kong have defended police actions following an attack on pro democracy protesters by unidentified assailants forty five people were injured when a group of men wearing white tee shirts and wielding stakes we don't protest is as they returned from around the conference the police chief Steven lo said the authorities have taken time to respond because offices had to be deployed from other districts Hong Kong's chief Carrie lam criticized the violence we absolutely do not condone that sort of violent acts and I let me make this clear a game violence is not a solution to any problem the incident is a new development in the political unrest in Hong Kong protests began two months ago over anger about plans to change the terror trees extradition rules China has condemned an attack on its liaison office in Hong Kong during which the national emblem was defaced with black paint Chinese state controlled media said protesters have challenged the authority of the central government I would not be tolerated anti government demonstrators marched to the office on Sunday you're going British prime minister Theresa may will chair a meeting of the government's emergency committee shortly to decide how to deal with the seizure of a British oil tanker by Iran Iran captured the vessel on Friday in apparent retaliation for the impending of an Iranian tanker in the British territory of Gibraltar bulletins reports government officials have now had two days to figure out how best to respond to what ministers of cold a whole style act the government's emergency cobra committee will meet this morning to review that progress the foreign secretary Jeremy hunt will then make a statement to MPs some reporting over the weekend suggested he would announce asset freezes or other forms of sanctions against Iran my understanding is that none of these measures is regarded as practical helpful and that Mr Hans emphasis will be on showing that Britain is trying to secure an international diplomatic response the policy of the new Ukrainian president fuller Jimmy is the Lynskey has emerged well ahead of its rivals in parliamentary elections with almost a third of results come to the party servant of the people has more than forty two percent of the vote Steve Rosenberg is in Kiev the votes are still being counted but it's already clear that's the logic Macedonski's party servant of the people will be the largest in parliament with a commanding share of the seats three months off to his landslide victory in the presidential election hello Jim is against the cool this snap parliamentary election to try to capitalize on his popularity the decision appears to have paid off with support in parliament you'll be able to push through the kind of policies he and his party say they want such as fighting corruption trying to end the war in eastern Ukraine world news from the BBC the president of the Philippines Rodrigo deter Tay is about to give his annual state of the nation speech in which he is expected to stress that his controversial war on drugs is making people feel safer off way through his six year term police say they've killed some six thousand drug dealers voting is due to end in person later today and the Conservative Party leadership contest that will decide who becomes the country's next prime minister the choice is between the current foreign secretary Jeremy hunt or his predecessor and former mayor of London Boris Johnson was regarded as the frontrunner writing in a British newspaper Mister Johnson explains his brexit strategy which requires person leaving the E. you by the end of October with or without to deal Norman Smith reports Boris Johnson suggests in pursuit of brexit we should learn from the moon landing not only did the astronauts show courage but they also embrace new technology the brexit problem writes Mister Johnson is a technical problem and the technological systems to avoid border checks in Northern Ireland and so the backstop a not he says some mythological species it's time he writes that Britain recovered its sense of mission but the stones prime minister Imran Khan is due to visit the White House today for his first face to face talks with president trump the meeting is part of a push to mend relations which have been strained by the Afghan conflict Mr trump produce security aid to Pakistan early last year the man who stole the show it from suspense steel day celebrations by flying overhead on a jet powered hoverboard is not planning to cross the English Channel on his friend he's about ten is intending to make the thirty kilometer journey later this week at speeds of more than one hundred and forty kilometers an hour.
"cobra committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Here in Britain the prime minister to resume is gonna check a meeting of the security defence officials noticed cobra later today are they going to be discussing the continuing tensions with Iran the government is going to set up its response to the seizure of a British flag all tanker in the strait of whole moos as an act that appears to be retaliation for the boarding by role marines all over in a rainy chip of Gibraltar I was a couple weeks ago now the foreign secretary Jeremy hunt has discussed the situation with its French and German counterparts he is our diplomatic correspondent polite government officials have now had two days to figure out how best to respond to what ministers of cold a whole style lacked the government's emergency cobra committee will meet this morning to review that progress the foreign secretary Jeremy hunt will then make a statement to MPs some reporting over the weekend suggested he would announce asset freezes or other forms of sanctions against Iran my understanding is that none of these measures is regarded as practical helpful and that Mr Hans emphasis will be on showing that Britain is trying to secure an international diplomatic response reflecting the fact that while the Stennett imperative may fly a British flag it's owned by a Swedish company and carries a crew from India Russia Latvia and the Philippines Mr hunt is also likely to updates MPs on collective efforts to improve maritime security in the Gulf the Americans have been developing proposals for some weeks but have yet to make any formal request for British involvement that moment may be approaching it was pulled out and it is a with some of the stories for monies task thousands of Canadian salmon are going to be airlifted to safety after getting trapped by a landslide rescuers have spent weeks devising a plan to fly the fleet the fish by helicopter to schools on the other side of a rock for on the Fraser river in British Columbia this is need to be able to swim upstream to spoon India is set to re attempt the launch of its second lunar mission today we call for technical snag who to the shed you blast off Jan run two will be launched just before three PM local time on Monday India's space agency is rose said the spacecraft was ready to take a billion dreams to the moon now stronger than ever before and leading surgeons in Britain say women having breast implants should be warned about the condition linked to chronic pain and extreme fatigue tens of thousands of women on online forums claim they've suffered from breast implant illness it is not currently an official medical diagnosis and there's little scientific evidence that implants because the symptoms thanks for that when the TV comedian of autumn as Ellen ski one Ukraine's presidential election in April it was only one part of the the whole of the political landscape to wield real power he needed to control parliament well exit polls from Sunday's parliamentary elections appear to have put that within his cross it put his servant of the people party on forty four percent and that would make it the largest party another new policy the voice led by well known rock singer seems to have the six percent required to give it an overall majority see about so slow Jill your action is with servant of the people party and looks likely to win a seat he says the new government will be significantly different from previous ones this time to complete that we have the last five years of various people in the parliament will be making many mistakes making many compromising alliances and for us it's very clear what to avoid this time around we're coming together in a whole new policy previously these people dance during the parliament these were the people who have joined existing policies trying to build alliances trying to change the system from within now we understand that we must try to build a new system with all new political policy correspondent Steve Rosen back in Ukraine has more with those celebrations here the headquarters of presidency Lansky's party seven of the people when the exit poll results were announced that's because this body is way ahead of the rest more than thirty percentage points ahead of its nearest rival opposition platform for life which is a pro Moscow now one thing is certain they're gonna be plenty of new faces in this new Ukrainian parliament none of the candidates this party seven of the people of the breed and then the the full and why is that significant amounts that question to the youngest man on the party list youngest candidates just twenty three years old yes I'm willing to trust you all the leads that have lost so many times in the past they want to give us a chance to try and change them for the banks we angst well we have coming from various walks of life but we have our expertise in different areas we're trying to put it all together to transform this country and we don't know the final may count of the columns put presidents Inskeep will be hoping that this level of support for his party will help him push through the kind of reforms he says he wants to carry out in Ukraine this is the worst to modernize the country and to fight corruption there are skeptics and he has his critics to believe that he's in the pocket of a powerful tycoon eagle column whiskey both the president and the businessman denies that and for now at least it seems the Ukrainians off keeping faith with the showman turned president hoping that he and his policy will change you pray for the better that was Steve Rosenberg in Ukraine and the electoral commission that is due to make an announcement all the results within the next few hours and you can get more on that on the BBC website B. 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C. dot com forward slash news on the challenges facing missed as a lead ski from the breakaway Easter provinces and also as a Steve resume except fighting corruption a reminder of all main world news is that anti government protesters in Hong Kong have been attacked by gangs of unidentified man in white tee shirts leaving forty five people injured it's coming up to twenty past the hour later on Monday Donald Trump is due to announce whether Mexico has done enough to reduce the number of people illegally crossing the border and so avoid punitive tariffs from Washington the US secretary of state might Pompey was been holding talks with his Mexican counterpart on that process he thank Mexico for what he described as increased immigration enforcement talk with the president and the teams back in Washington and will decide exactly which tools and exactly how to proceed so that we can get to the shared mutual goal between president over your president drop which is reducing the illegal Michael flow across our southern border they they have made real progress in ways that they were not prepared to do war for one capable of doing before I'm very pleased that the commitment they made since since June seventh since we signed.
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"Tiny amounts let alone ingested and so there was a serious public health risk and i think the anger at that risk to which russia subjected britain's is partly what explained the really strong response both by the uk and it partners back in the spring i think what this does is it it reinforces british anger at the fact of russia's attack and i think it also underscores the the indiscriminate nature of russia's methods the way in which in the act of attacking a foam of defector they also subjected perhaps thousands of other people to incredibly grave risks on an ongoing basis and i think that really this will probably cost a shadow over the remainder of the world cup in some respects and it will certainly quash any suggestion that the uk will relent on its official boycott even if the english team advance has been a lot of speculation about the pad that have been found over the weekend then names have not been released yet though but apparently there's nothing in in that background to suggest they would talk it it i guess that fits into you'll narrative that it's probably more likely to be sort of accidental on on the same part of the same attack i think that's right i it's not only that the pan who who have been named in the media of course just not officially have no connection to intelligence security but i think also that we've had the security minister ben wallace we've had the head of the met counterterrorism neil basu repeatedly tell us that working sump shit at this point is this walls part of the original attack i think it is exceptionally unlikely that russia would mount a second attack whatever the propaganda value of confusing masses i think they will exploit this attack though by pointing to this little british story and they'll say look how can the british claim we did it back in march and as usual they'll find new and innovative ways to muddy the waters and confusing international community but the has far been response official response from russia well yes and no it depends what we count as official of the russian state likes to communicate through it's it's rather history on social media channels the embassy in london which is nobody that these sort of the most bad taste of all diplomatic accounts has been silent thankfully but the embassy in the netherlands which of course is where the otc w the organization for the prohibition of chemical warfare is located it has responded and said we didn't do it why would russia attack britain again in quotation marks in the middle of the world cup and such a sensitive time so of course there was the same story which is we didn't do it we didn't do the first time we definitely didn't do it this time and why would we because the simply too much for us to lose a now the relatively new home secretary sajjan javad is going to chair a meeting of the government's emergency cobra committee later he's going to discuss the developments what did you think the priorities for the cabinet the prompt he's absolutely one hundred percent finding the source of the contamination because if it was a potent enough to have been resilient viable fulham som it could still kill other people so they have to find it they have to trace it if the couple begin speaking or recovering they must retrace all movements the little ready can get that mobile phones and the signals from those to trace their precise movements of the loss twenty four hours so that's the priority i think the priority off to that is trying to understand does this require a new process of punishment of russia and if so what levers does a uk have left to pull and will you case poyton partners go along with it at the summit ju the uk agreed along with it six allies to have a rapid response mechanism to counter hostile state activity which you know was russian cyberattacks russian assassinations this will be a big test for british diplomacy in the g seven in the european union at a very sensitive time shawshank thanks very much we'll have to leave it the that was shashank joshi here's what else we're keeping an eye on today rescue is a racing against the weather to free twelve boys in the football coach from a flooded cave in thailand heavy rains are expected in the next few days and could see water levels rise there are concerns that it might threaten the area where.
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